Tigers setting foundation that will lead to playoff run in 2011 | detnews.com | The Detroit News
Agree with much of this. Not all of it. I do agree with the general assessment, these Tigers are not good enough on their own to win the division. They're going to need a gift from Minnesota. Otherwise they're set up well for 2011. I just don't like the thought of Jacob Turner and Casey Crosby making their way to the major leagues too early.
Detroit Tigers' Johnny Damon still has love for the New York Yankees, his former team - ESPN New York
I questioned whether i should even bother linking to something written by Rob Parker, considering his reputation when he more-or-less exited the Michigan sports scene. But I thought I'd leave it up to you to decide if you'd like to read it, instead.
Detroit Tigers legend Ernie Harwell: 'I had that love of baseball really from the beginning' | freep.com | Detroit Free Press
The first in a three-part series of an interview with Harwell last fall. This entire series definitely qualifies as must-read material
Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman searching for consistency | freep.com
'His splitter quit splitting' -- Tigers catcher Gerald Laird. I love the succinctness in that assessment.
Tiger Tales: A Detroit Tigers Blog: Tigers Starters Need to Get Going Fast
Lee is starting to get concerned as the sample size grows for Tigers' starting pitching.
- A new Tigers blog, Box Seats at Comerica Park, agrees.
Baseball Prospectus | Statistics | Defensive Efficiency
And part of the reason the pitching is struggling? The Tigers stink at fielding. The only teams worse than them are all in the National League.
- And finally, Dallas Braden -- pitcher of a perfect game for Oakland on Sunday -- and his grandmother are pretty entertaining.